Whether you are looking to make a difference in the world, add new business connections or put more Judaism into your life, the Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul offers a variety of ways to become involved.
RAJMN is the only Jewish-Russian program for young families in Minnesota, working to connect them to the larger Jewish community in Twin Cities and provide a deeper understanding of Judaism and Russian-Jewish roots and culture since 2003. We also serve as a bridge to other Jewish organizations, connecting Russian-American Jews to synagogues, Jewish schools, programs in Israel, Jewish summer camps and other programs as needed. Learn more
The Twin Cities Cardozo Society is a place for Jewish attorneys, judges and law students to network and serve the community. We strengthen bonds among legal professionals through educational, social and philanthropic activities, and offer opportunities for communal involvement and leadership. Learn more
Generously funded by the Harry Kay Foundation, Minneapolis Jewish Federation and St. Paul Jewish Federation, for more than 25 years, the Harry Kay Center for Leadership Excellence (HKCLE) has inspired and assisted emerging leaders in addressing the issues and challenges facing Jews as a community and individually. In 2016, the HKCLE took on two major projects: launching the ninth cohort of the Harry Kay Leadership Institute and introducing the Harry Kay Alumni Network. Learn more